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Change the initiator scsi id for sc10

 
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Jason Martens
Frequent Advisor

Change the initiator scsi id for sc10

Hey all, I know this is probably out there somewhere, but I was having a hard time finding it.

I have an rp5470 with 1 dual channel scsi card (SCSI C896 Ultra2 Wide LVD, according to ioscan). I also have an SC10 in full bus mode. I would like to change the scsi id of the second initiator so I can have multiple paths to the SC10. How can I do that?

Jason
Never swap out a tape drive at 3 AM!!!
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Sundar_7
Honored Contributor
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Re: Change the initiator scsi id for sc10

Hi Jason,

this is how you can do it.

1) Reboot the system
2) Interrupt the autoboot
3) BCH> Configuration

Enter in to the configuration menu

4) Configuration Menu> SCSI INIT

5) Reboot once again.

-- Sundar
Learn What to do ,How to do and more importantly When to do ?
Jason Martens
Frequent Advisor

Re: Change the initiator scsi id for sc10

Thanks for the help. That worked great. The only thing was I had to go into the SERvice menu first to use the SCSI INIT command.
Never swap out a tape drive at 3 AM!!!